Rabin’s legacy that he is most remembered for is breaking a taboo by acknowledging the Palestinians as partners engaged in negotiating a solution.
In the unlikely case Rabin would have won the elections, the Israeli public would have pressured him to put the breaks on the so-called peace process.
Unfortunately, we seem to have learned nothing as a people and as a society. The alienation, condescension and racism are all getting worse.
Is the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin an historic event alone, or is it something that must be kept alive in Israeli public memory?
The fear that the right-wing stokes over any possible collaboration with the Joint List continues to prevent a majority from deposing Netanyahu.
I go out to demonstrate with my children, and explain to them why it is important to go out, to have a voice, to take responsibility.
The murder of Yitzhak Rabin was not the first time a Jew murdered another Jew for ideological reasons, and I fear it won’t be the last.
The environment in which Yigal Amir, Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin’s assassin, grew up 25 years ago has only intensified over the past decade.
I was a girl who almost exclusively knew ultra-Orthodox people just like her, a girl for whom all the people in her world were alike.
May we merit not only to live in the reality of today, but to dream of what tomorrow might hold for us, our children, and the Jewish people.